Truckin' Loser Beat It On Down The Line Brown Eyed Women Mexicali Blues Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo Black Throated Wind Don't Ease Me In Big River Tennessee Jed The Promised Land China Cat Sunflower -> I Know You Rider Playing In The Band
Bertha Greatest Story Ever Told Brokedown Palace Me And My Uncle Ramble On Rose El Paso He's Gone -> The Other One -> Me And Bobby McGee -> The Other One -> Wharf Rat Sugar Magnolia Not Fade Away -> Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad -> Not Fade Away
Digitally remastered using a custom built, Dual-DAW, nicknamed Bertha, by email@example.com. Completed on December 12, 2004. http://www.deadacated.com/BerthaRemasters.htm
Source used 26933 via Tol, by Chris Ladner.
Light Digital Noise Reduction was found with Spectral Analysis prior to Bertha Remastering. The same DNR was found on source 12657, which is the source Chris used for 26933. It is not known who applied the noise reduction, but they did a decent job, producing no audible artifacts. The noise reduction had only minor effects on the remastering process. Spectral Analysis also shows three different fingerprints for the soundboard portion. This would tend to indicate that the soundboard portion did not all come from the same source.
The AUD patches are pretty rough. I considered removing them, but decided to leave them in. As the AuD portions transition back into the board, one gets a pretty good feel for the quality of this 72 board.
The soundboard mix is all over the place at the start. No vocals on d1t02 until 5:47. It takes a couple tracks to settle in. Strangely, the channels were swapped towards the beginning of The Other One and I swapped them back.
There are lots of small digiblips throughout. These were, most likely, caused during the transfer. I removed Between 40 and 50 of them by editing individual samples. In addition, a few fade-out/ins were added to clean up transitions.
There is some very sweet sounding early 72 bass in this one.
October 1, 2017 Subject:
Almost perfect (with scattered drop-outs)
Otherwise extremely sweet!
The shorter tunes are well played and crisp on the vocals.
The extended tunes. PITB, He's Gone and the OTHER ONE are peak of 1972. (TOO top 10 meltdown material)